The eatery is helmed by talented Michelin-starred chef Mory Sacko / ©Louis Vuitton
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Diners visiting Louis Vuitton’s restaurant in St Tropez later this month can expect a menu in keeping with his tried and tested style of cooking. The young chef has created a selection of largely plant-based cuisine which draws on the bounty of local produce from the French Riviera while staying true to his roots.
Highlights include an innovative take on ekiben (a traditional Japanese lunchbox found on trains) served in custom-made wooden trays and glass containers decorated with preserved foliage and flowers.
Other tasty dishes include a selection of grilled amberjack, crayfish, prime rib and rich tagines presented in beautiful ceramic dishes, perfectly complemented by a raw fennel and mango salad, and plantain spiced with smoked paprika.
Highlights from the menu include an inventive take on ekiben / ©Louis Vuitton
Guests can enjoy their food al fresco, soaking up the Provence sun on the bright, airy terrace. Designed with Sacko to bring his creative vision to life, the restaurant features unique works of art and features plenty of beautiful natural materials including travertine, wood, rope and rattan.
The St Tropez restaurant is Louis Vuitton’s second super-exclusive dining establishment. In February 2020, the luxury fashion brand unveiled its first café and restaurant atop the Maison’s flagship store in Osaka, Japan, overseen by Joël Robuchon’s protégé, Yosuke Suga.
Mory Sacko’s dishes bring together flavors from West African, French, and Japanese cuisine. / ©Louis Vuitton
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